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Sean Avery Likes Project Runway, Maybe A Little Too Much

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A little bit ago, Yahoo! Sports' Greg Wyshynski linked to yesterday's Sean Avery item; awful nice of him. Thought I'd return the favor, then, and point out that Wyshynski stumbled across the hockey-playing fashionista's appearance on Bravo's Web site last night following Project Runway, where the newest Dallas Star and the aufed Kelli Martin had a lengthy chitchat about many things. Dunno what, exactly, as you can but view a sneak peek; the whole ep's available only to American Express cardholders, enh. Regardless, in the Yahoo! comments there's a summary that includes this nugget: "He wears latex underwear (I'm pretty sure he's joking)." --Robert Wilonsky

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